Hiroshige (1797 - 1858), "Fudo Falls, Oji"
|Title||Fudo Falls, Oji|
|Medium||Original Japanese Woodblock Print|
|Series Title||One Hundred Famous Views of Edo|
|Reference No||#49 in the series|
|Size||14 x 9 "|
|Condition||Fine; margins slightly trimmed.|
Notes: The most important waterfall of the "Seven Falls of Oji"; it plunges from the bluff of the Musashi Plain. The Fudo Falls was best known for it's combination of religious, curative and scenic allure.